Parallel session d1

Day 2, 11.15-12.45

Session Chair: Christy Newman

Room: Webster 250

Emily Beausoleil: Waharoa (Gather Your People): learning to listen intergenerationally as settlers

Anthea Garman: Hosting as listening: creating spaces for attunement in South Africa

Peter Banki: Re-imagining apology and forgiveness as a practice of listening

Parallel session d2

Day 2, 11.15-12.45

Session Chair: Justine Lloyd

Room: Webster 252

Wolfgang Vachon and Sarah Woodland: Acoustic agency, ethics and the politics of amplifying voice: making audio drama in prisons and about homeless shelters.

Poppy de Souza Slow listening and the unsettling ethics of attention in Curtain the podcast

Polly Stanton: Situating in the field: listening, looking and the in-between

Parallel session d3

Day 2, 11.15-12.45

Session Chair: Rebecca Sheehan

Room: Webster 251

Andrew Brooks: Against accumulation

Natasha Dubler: Soundwalking: the affective labour of listening to environment and listening to self

David Chesworth: How do you know you are listening?